Iceland Language

Iceland Language

The Icelandic language belongs to the group of Germanic languages ​​(see Germanic, peoples: Languages) and is precisely the continuation of the western Nordic dialect, imported to the island by the Norwegian settlers who came to populate it in the last thirty years of the century. IX and in the first decades of the following. Old Icelandic has in common with Old Norse the characteristics that distinguish Western North from Eastern…

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Iceland 2003

Iceland Border Map

Yearbook 2003 Iceland. In January, the world’s largest aluminum manufacturer, American Alcoa, decided to build a disputed smelter at Iceland. Everything was ready for the building. According to Countryaah.com, Iceland Independence Day is June 17. The project is part of the most expensive industrial venture ever in Iceland. It includes one of Europe’s largest power plant dams, which is being built in the wilderness north of the Vatnajökull glacier during…

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